ESP`s Horizon Series is the Soloist-styled line of guitars oriented towards metal and lead guitarists with thin necks, 24 extra jumbo frets and Floyd Rose bridges on some of the models. Horizon FR-II is refreshed for 2012 with new color options and it was uncovered at the NAMM Show this year. Horizon-II kicks off with a solid, double cutaway body made of alder back and quilted maple top. Binding and carvings give the top very elegant and sophisticated looks. Black aqua, see thru black, see thru red and reindeer blue color options all come with gloss finish. The bridge is a well known Floyd Rose original double locking tremolo with black nickel plating and a locking string nut. EMG provides the pickups for this model and 81 active humbucker is placed in the bridge with 85 occupying the neck position. They are controlled through master volume, master tone and a three-way toggle switch, which is a standard layout for Horizon Series. The neck is made of maple with thin U contour and neck-through-body construction. The fingerboard is made of ebony with 24 frets, offset rectangle position inlays and 1.65" wide locking nut.
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